A Kelley School of Business professor was awarded the National Academy of Management’s “highest honor,” according to a recent press release.
Heman Aguinis, the John F. Mee chair of management and founding director at the Institute for Global Organizational Effectiveness, was inducted into the Fellows Group earlier this month at the Academy’s annual meeting in Philadelphia.
According to the release, fewer than one percent of academy members are awarded fellowship, and Aguinis has been honored by the Academy before.
He received the Research Method Division Distinguished Career Award in 2012, and he received the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division IDEA Thought Leader Award in 2011.
Aguinis also serves as president of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management.
“Being inducted as a fellow of the Academy of Management is particularly meaningful to me because John F. Mee was inducted in 1953,” Aguinis said in the release. “It is a great personal satisfaction to continue Professor Mee’s legacy and be inducted as a fellow, much like he was, 60 years ago.”
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